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Memorial Day services are scheduled in Washington County. Following last year, where a few events were cancelled or livestreamed due to COVID-19, the services are opening again to remember the … more
The Fort Calhoun Planning Commission will vote on three potential areas to annex after the city council approved to accept them at its regular meeting May 17. Three parcels were approved to be … more
A Dana College professor known for his enthusiasm for teaching, his passion for religion and his dedication of preserving Danish history is being remembered by his students, colleagues, family and … more
Housing study presented Michael Rooks of Gateway Development presented the Washington County Housing Study to the Fort Calhoun City Council on May 17 at its regular meeting. The study was … more
    Suggested head: By Leeanna Ellis editor@enterprisepub.com Blair Community Schools (BCS) students will soon have more opportunities for outdoor learning. The Blair Kids … more
Gateway to the West Days is fast approaching. Blair's annual festival returns June 10-13 after it was canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Officials with the Washington County … more
A record-breaking 22 students are enrolled in the Metropolitan Community College's Career Academy for the 2021-22 school year. The Career Academy is a program for high school juniors and seniors … more
The highly-anticipated Adams Street Corridor splash pad was officially opened Friday afternoon. A special ribbon cutting following Fort Calhoun Elementary's last day of school kicked off the … more
The Fort Calhoun Library Summer Reading Program will kick off Wednesday. Signup for the program begins Wednesday from 3 to 5 p.m. Kids can read their selected books to win different prizes … more
While serving as a lifeguard and teaching swimming lessons, Amy Rogers found her love for working with young children. “That started early on when I was in high school, though I didn't know … more
Erin Lane was inspired to pursue a teaching career by her family. Her father was a professor at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Her mother was an elementary teacher before staying home to … more
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